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each year. >> back in the corner there is a question. >> sabrina with the "huffington post." the last couple of weeks in particular have been very difficult for governor romney and his campaign. they've announced a couple of recess or reboots at the golden. where do you think his campaign has been missing the mark? and what do you think he needs to come out and do both tonight and the first presidential debate and in the remaining five weeks? >> yeah, so i ran for president and failed miserably, so i'm in no position to opine on this one, that's for darn sure. and i'm not much of a political analyst in a way. but let me just drop him a little bit of experience and say that, you know, it helps when you look into the camera and you speak from the heart in ways that about the voters to feel the sincerity, and the commitment to the issues around jobs and economic growth. .. where is our bill clinton in the republican party. marco rubio did a pretty good job but bill clinton did segregated complicated issues. he had an intelligent conversation as voters want. they want a sincere intelligen
shoulders because i am not sending items to "the huffington post" and elsewhere to explain that when the auto industry which is 1.5% of gdp, the auto industry guide $80 billion in roughly six months. the financial industry, 7.5% of gdp even bigger. when it ran into trouble they got $800 billion about three months. how big? is the sector that produces young adults and can you imagine an economy without young adults? and if you were to expand on this cut economy, the human capital sector the one that produces young adults, you know who produces your car. you know who manages your checking account and so forth. that is the financial or. you know who produces the food on your table. that is the agricultural or. autos is 1.5% finance a 7.5%. how big is the young adult human capital sector? 10.5%. 10.5%. it's without doubt the most important and depending on how you look at it is the largest sector in the economy and as we have just heard from grace it's labor-intensive. if you spend money in that sector you will create jobs. if you can imagine an economy without young adults, then you kno
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